Chalakudy To Valparai TNSTC Non AC Fast Passenger Bus Service Timings


TNSTC Coimbatore division operates daily bus services from Valparai to Chalakudy and Chalakudy to Vaparai via Mudis, Malakkapara, Athirapally, and Silver Storm. The bus service is operated with Non AC Class of Coach with basic amenities such as tilting windows and basic comfort seats with 3*2 seating alignment.

Chalakudy is a municipal town situated on the banks of the Chalakudy River in the Thrissur district of the Kerala state in India. It is the headquarters of Chalakudy taluk. It is the base camp for travelers to Athirappilly Falls and Vazhachal Falls. Chalakudy lies on National Highway 544 and is located about 47 km (23 mi) north of the city of Kochi, and 30 km (19 mi) south of Thrissur. Chalakkudy In the 16th century, the banks of the Chalakudy river became known as “Yagashalakudi” as the place where the monks regularly set up parnasalas and rested during their travels.” Yagashalakudi” was later transformed into “Chalakudy”

Valparai (originally known as Poonachimalai) is a Taluk and hill station in the Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu, India. It consists of Anamalai Tiger Reserve (earlier known as Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park (IGWLS&NP) and prior to that as Anaimalai Wildlife Sanctuary). It is located 3,474 feet (1,059 m) above sea level on the Anaimalai Hills range of the Western Ghats. There are a total of 56 estates here. The foothill starts exactly from Monkey Falls which is at a distance of 38 kilometers (24 mi) to Valparai. The route to Valparai from the foothills consists of 40 hairpin bends. The Kerala state border town of Malakkappara is at a distance of 27 kilometers from Valparai. While major portions of the land are owned by private tea companies, large forest areas continue to be out of bounds.

The bus service from Chalakudy will depart at 2:00 pm and arrive in Valparai on the same day earning at 6:00 pm, time taken to reach the destination, may vary due to road and traffic conditions, as it passes through dense forest to reach Valparai.

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